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First State gas prices dipped slightly again over the past week.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average cost of a gallon of regular fell two cents over the past seven days – from $2.22 to $2.20.

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Delaware drivers got their first break at the gas pump in over a month last week.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average cost of a gallon of regular slipped two over the past seven days – from $2.24 to $2.22.

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First State drivers saw another slight increase at the gas pump last week

AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average cost of a gallon of regular rose two cents over the past seven days – from $2.22 to $2.24.

The price is now up six cents over the past month.

But you can still find some significantly lower prices around New Castle County where Delawaregasprices.com reports nearly a dozen stations are charging $2.09 or less.  

State environmental officials has fined the Delaware City Refinery $150,000 for illegally shipping millions of gallons of crude oil.

 

 


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A group launched Monday seeking to foster workforce development in the First State’s largest city.


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Gas prices in Delaware continue to inch upward.

AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average cost of a gallon of regular rose by a penny over the past seven days – from $2.21 to $2.22.

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After five months of steady unemployment, Delaware’s jobless rate ticked up a tenth of a point to 4.4 percent in January.

 

 


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State officials are once again looking for private investors to help bolster the Port of Wilmington as its infrastructure continues to age.

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Gas prices in the First State are starting to rise again.

AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average cost of a gallon of regular jumped 4 cents over the past seven days – from $2.18 to $2.22.

It’s the first rise in prices in five weeks, ending a stretch that saw them fall 22 cents.  

It’s tax season, and many First State families who may qualify for tax credits and deductions may not be taking full advantage of them.

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